Battles of ww2
days of ww2
Battle of Hong KongCountrys in the battle
All together 2,000 people
Canadian casualties: 290 killed and 493 wounded Facts
More than 550 of the 1,975 Canadians who sailed from Vancouver in October 1941 never returned.
The Japanese attack did not take the garrison by complete surprise; the defence forces were prepared
The Dieppe RaidCountrys in battle
A total of 3,369 men were killed or wounded Facts
Raid took place on the northern coast of France
KiskaCounties in battle
130 men came down with trench foot
The japanese set out trape for canada and the U.S.
Peopel used to say"The Japanese are very clever. Their dogs can brew coffee."
Monte San MarcoCountries in the battle
11 dead, 26 wounded, and two captured Facts
The aftermath of the battle was nightmarish
D-day the battle of NormandyCountries in battle
the United Kingdom
425,000 Allied and German troops were killed, wounded, or went missing during the battle. Facts
By nightfall on June 6, more than 9,000 Allied soldiers were dead or wounded
Between 15,000 and 20,000 French civilians were killed during the battle.
Putot en BessinCounties in the battle
German losses amounted to 19 dead, 58 wounded and 21 missing
Falaise RoadCounties involved
allies =209,672 casualties
german=240,000 were killed or wounded Fact
80,000 and 100,000 allie troops were caught in the encirclement
St Lambert sur DivesCounties in battle
300 Germans had been killed
MoerbruggeCountries in the battle
united kingdom casulities
700 Germans were killed, wounded or captured during the Moerbrugge battle
300 canadians were killed, wounded or captured
Battle of the ScheldtCounties in battle
12,873 Allied casualties (killed, wounded, or missing), half of them Canadians. Facts
On 13 October, what would come to be known as "Black Friday", the Canadian 5th Infantry Brigade's Black Watch was virtually wiped out in an unsuccessful attack.